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Old 12-04-2008, 07:36 AM   #1
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Our pocket door has been off the track since we purchased our used unit .It can be closed but not correctly,can anyone tell me how much trouble this is to repair I have looked at it and ther seems to be no EASY way.Hope I am incorrect.
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Our pocket door has been off the track since we purchased our used unit .It can be closed but not correctly,can anyone tell me how much trouble this is to repair I have looked at it and ther seems to be no EASY way.Hope I am incorrect.
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Old 12-04-2008, 12:34 PM   #3
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It is a 1999 30 foot RSO or RDO if that helps
the door is in behind the tv and in front of the shower
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My prior was a 30 ft Newmar KS, it had a pocket door between the walk through bath and the living area. There was a pocket door that separated the two. It would sometimes come off the track at the rear roller.

On that unit, it had a metal "V" grove track with a roller assy on either end that fit into the "V". The track had a stop strip above the "V" that was suppose to keep the rollers from lifting out. In all the years we had the unit it lifted out three times.

I was able to lift and using a little force pull it back down into to "V". I can't say what the Excel use as I haven't seen the setup, so not sure this is helpful.

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